"It Looks Like London Metro: Lady Pays GH₵194 For Ticket, Travels Around Lagos City Using Train

"It Looks Like London Metro: Lady Pays GH₵194 For Ticket, Travels Around Lagos City Using Train

  • A Nigerian lady shared her experience travelling around Lagos city using the Lagos Blue Rail transport system
  • She said that the Mile 2 Blue Rail train station looked so beautiful and could be compared to the London Metro
  • The lady paid GH₵194 to travel by train from Marina to Mile 2, and she told people to try the train ride in Lagos

A lady said she enjoyed the Lagos Blue Rail transport system after taking a ride in it.

The lady shared a video on TikTok detailing what she thinks about the Lagos Blue Rail.

Lady travels by train in Lagos.
The lady said she enjoyed the train ride in Lagos. Photo credit: TiKTok/@Christie Isydulce.
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In the short video, Christie Isydulce said the Lagos train station felt like the London Metro system.

She travelled from Marina to Mile 2 after paying N2000 for the train ticket, noting that she did not regret it.

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Christie said she hopped on the train at around 5:30 am, and there were no delays.

She said to board the train, one had to make use of a preloaded card called cowery and she loaded hers with N2000.

She wrote on TikTok after the journey:

"Its giving London metro vibes."

Christie said those visiting Lagos should consider hopping on the train since it was good.

Watch the video below:

Reactions as lady travels by train in Lagos

@Chibi said:

"If you see this train station during rush hour, you might change the caption."

@hart abbey commented:

"Everything for lagos na rush rush."


"Lagos is beautiful."

@Glow_Glo7 said:

"I have been using it for a while now… easiest way to move from the mainland to the island in less than 25 minutes. The train is so pretty, I just pray they stick to the rules, and it stays pretty."

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Tema-Mpakadan railway project ready to start

In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that the Tema-Mpakadan railway project is finally set to begin operations after a long construction period.

In a Twitter post, @YouthAllianceM2 shared beautiful photos of the railway project and captioned them: "This is why I defend the government daily. Yes, things are hard, but I can see the projects."

Ghanaians were pleased to learn of the construction of the 100 km long railway project when it initially became public since it will make commuting more accessible for many locals.

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